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Prisoners: the forgotten workforce

A new report published today by the Centre for Social Justice looks at addressing our national labour shortage by using the mainly untapped workforce currently in prison.

Prisoners: the forgotten workforce

Date - 9th May 2023
By - Russell Webster - Work with Offenders
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) was founded in 2004 by the former Conservative Party leader Ian Duncan Smith. Although it describes itself as an independent think tank, it, quite naturally has very close links with the Conservative Government....
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